Here's RNC Delegates' Dance Moves Set to "My Neck, My Back" For Some Reason
Have you been watching the Republican National Convention? If not you're missing out on learning all the latest white people dance moves like the "cowboy hat wave," the "granny clap and shuffle," and the "index finger shimmy." Get caught up with this video set to "My Neck, My Back" by rapper Khia, who, appropriately is a product of Tampa and probably the RNC host city's most important and respected musician of all time.
"While I was watching the RNC yesterday, I noticed during the musical numbers some of the ladies of the party getting RED HOT," writes YouTuber Corey Clark. "Luckily, I was able to obtain 45 minutes worth of this footage and crammed it into 3 minutes of lustful hounds twirling their fingers, even more raunchy, taking off their ten gallon hats."
Of note: There are about three non-white people in this entire video, one of whom may or may not actually be Khia.
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